The Allahabad High Court has given a landmark judgment in a case related to dependent allocation. The High Court has ordered to create of a new method in the public distribution system and keep the daughter-in-law in the family unit.
In addition, the court ordered the state to make changes to the order dated August 5, 2019. The High Court has said that the daughter-in-law has more rights in the family than the daughter.
The Allahabad High Court has ordered the state government to include the son-in-law’s daughter-in-law in the family in a case of allotting a ration shop to heirs due to the death of the licensee who ran the shop.
In Uttar Pradesh Essentials Order 2016, the daughter-in-law was not placed in the family category, on the basis of which the state government has issued the order. According to the High Court Verdict, after the death of the licensee, the daughter-in-law has the same right to obtain the license as the daughter.
This is considered to be the most important judgment in the matter of gender equality.
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